Pizza Hut charges $2.50 for delivery, and we drivers get $1.05 of that. It's highway robbery; please call corporate Pizza Hut and complain about it. Problem is, customers see that $2.50 on their ticket and they do think I get all of it, so they tip less.
The really messed-up part is back in 1999-2000, when I worked P-Hut as a cook in high school. Back then, when gas was still a buck, the delivery charge was $.85, and the drivers got $.50 per run.
Can anybody rationalize why, when fuel cost has more than tripled, Pizza Hut takes more from the drivers' pockets?